no, but i have a young o. schweinfurthiana............. i keep it outside, in dappled sun/shade (am sun, afternoon dappled sun). it will eventually grow into more sunlight as it gets taller. i got a little seedling about 2 years ago. it was maybe 4 inches tall. now it is maybe 2 feet tall on the tallest 2 growths. so far it is my orchid that can handle the most california sunshine. very hardy. it is planted in a huge pot with my dragon fruit cactus, and a few other terrestrial orchids. the pot is filled with regular potting soil, with a 3 inch deep layer of orchid bark mix on top. i use old orchid mix from repotting as mulch in my larger planters. this orchid is basically tucked into the top mix, with roots going down into the soil. i used to keep it in a smaller pot with small orchid bark mix. it did just as well. but bright light is a must. it has nearly died twice, once from not enough light (my bad) and a severe mite attack took off all the leaves once. now i routinely spray with neem once a month, but after the sun has gone down to avoid burning the leaves. this looks like a small and delicate epidendrum reed-stem. i was told similar culture would suffice, and so far it has. the one you have would be my next one i go after, if i can bloom mine. not much info out there for sure. bright light, evenly moist. i'm hoping these are so easy to grow people don't think we need any more info?